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of defense and the secretaries of all of the armed forces groups, got together to honor the veterans of the korean war. it was a sight to see so many korean veterans from so many different parts of the country. and they were reminded by our president that we had been labeled as those who participated in what was referred to as the forgotten war. because most all of the world knew about the importance of america being involved in saving emocracy in world war ii and vietnam. good or bad, people knew people that went there. but somehow in the middle of that, no one really missed us or knew where korea was or didn't appear that there was too much concern. d when we did return, unlike the vietnam veterans who really unfairly had been treated so unkind, fortunately for us, we were never missed except by our family and friends, people never they here we were and to us. weren't as kind veterans turned out from all over. comrades that were part of the 20 countries that were part of the united nations. and when north koreans invaded south korea, those of us who were called to go to south korea
, a black man who used self defense to kill at the time a 16-year-old white kid he said was charging him, hadn't been hit, but shot him in self defense, and he was acquitted, the black man. what about that one? it is the same exact thing. opposite of trayvon martin. >> they're not following that case, that's the difference. >> so the president follows the press? >> i think it is fair to say every white house in one way or another follows the news cyclee concept. i hope not. >> well, it is a little difficult to get out from underneath the news cycle in an overwhelming story. dana i think would agree, it is difficult to see if -- >> i think to talk about it later, but the initial comment -- >> hold on. what i am saying is the president chose that trayvon martin case to get involved in. the press wasn't implicating the white house or tying it to the white house, calling the white house racist by any means. he is the one brought himself in it. >> i don't think there's a black man in america that doesn't feel the frustration of being tagged and i think he wanted to say it. wanted to try to ex
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could be together. newman was charged with the murder and part of his defense centered on the claim that andrea snyderman was actively involved in planning the whole thing. she testified at newman's trial explaining why she was in florida at the time of the murder and denying any role. >> we were married in florida at a synagogue in florida. i was down there with my family. whose boss kills swunl's husband? i don't care if there were no affair. there was no affair. who kills someone else's husband? >> newman was convicted and sure enough, six months later, andrea snyderman was charged in connection with the murder of her husband. jury selection is underway right now, but in a surprise move, the prosecutors asking the judge to drop the most serious murder charge. essentially admitting they don't have the evidence to back it up. instead, she now faces a bunch of lesser charges, including lying to police and lying while on that witness stand. rusty snyderman's family very upset the murder charge was dropped since they say all along, they've been sure she played some kind of a role. mea
not require intent. and she never addresses self-defense. that was such a focal point in the case, not only for the defense, also for the prosecution. they had the burden to prove beyond a reasonable doubt there was not self-defense. >> lisa, what do you think? >> i think there's no question that george zimmerman shot trayvon martin intention ally. he according to his own statements pulled out the gun and shot the gun intentionally. it's so disturbing to hear a juror speak after the fact that perhaps she should have held out when she had every opportunity in the jury room to voice how she felt and stand her ground and ultimately she chose not to. >> she's chose not to. mash, go ahead. when you heard this woman explain her rational, what did you think? >> the parties that i'm extracting from it i want to compliment about. trials are not moral try b-- tribunals in the united states. it happens every day in american jurisprudence. people may be everything from child molesters to murderers and robbers and everything in between but you have to apply the fact, you have to apply the evidence to th
been six iterations of a defense in the irs case. but remember, lois learner disclosed at a conference, that's how we learned about it. then we went into it was two rogue agents, then it went to, well, it was a progressive group so we're targeted to not just conservative groups, so as long as we treat two different sets of people improperly, at least it's not discrimination. now the new defense is, well, the president himself didn't know about it. if that's the new standard for i am -- impropriety in this town, that the president didn't even know about it? >> if they had been denied right at the get-go, then they could have appealed it to another part of the irs. instead, what was so sadistic about this and so painful, they were in this no man's land and they couldn't appeal it. they would have been far better off if the irs agents, whoever was involved in this, however high it went, if they simply said no and denied it so they could appeal it. but instead they strung them out. >> that suggested more culpability, and you're right, it's as if they just gave up. these are average america
was so obvious there was no defense to. it and if he is sentenced to the maximum, he is facing 20 years. he kept a slight credit because he was abused in the pre- trial confinement and gave hymn credit for a couple hundred days. we start with 20 years and then get to serious charges. here is significance. bradley manning argues he didn't reveal them to the enemy but the woky leaks and under supreme court law wikileaks can't be published because if they are a journalistic entitties, then the person who gives it to the journalist and the journalist who reveals it, the person who gives it cannot be prosecuted for what the journalist did. the judge may push the law in one direction or another. we haven't sewn a case like this. norm willy the charge is against the journalist and here it is against the person who gave it to journalist. >> kathryn harris might have news for us. >> with an explanation. >> yeah, we just had information that came out of the courtroom by that information center and what we are told that on the first count, the most source count bradley manning was found not guilty
charge. he was found not guilty of aiding the enemy. cully stimson, former secretary of defense tore detainees and legal fellow with the heritage foundation and mike barrett, former intelligence officer for the office of the secretary of defense. thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> thanks for having us. heather: why not guilty for aiding and abetting the enemy? i will start with you, cully. >> heather to, prove aiding the enemy under the statute the government had to prove one, knowingly provided intelligence to the enemy. the enemy is al qaeda an the taliban and two he did so knowingly. so there was a double burden. the judge had to be firmly convinced that was the case and clearly they didn't prove their case. one thing if he provided directly to al qaeda or taliban and posted to one of their websites. imagine this, if he gave the same information to "washington post" and guardian, and published some of it would he be charged with aiding the enemy? i doubt it. so there was a failure of proof. heather: mike, can you compare wikileaks to "washington post" and "the guardian"? >
that came to his defense, actually until recently his wife. i wonder how long that is going to last. he had nobody that came to his defense. usually when guys get in trouble, there is somebody that comes -- he had from the president all the way down, he ought to get out of office. he had nobody helping him and actually going out of there way to go get him. he is guy that is a bad person, bad way about him and people don't like him. that is aside from his sickness but he has a real sickness. >> donald trump, thanks, donald. >> your waist, would i you say no way, prepare to pay. and imagine battle over the nsa set to come to hearing is set under way. congressman leading the charge is here. the great outdoors... ...and a great deal. thanks to dad. nope eeeeh... oh, guys let's leave the deals to ooh that one! nice. got it! oh my gosh this is so cool... awesome! perfect! yep, and no angry bears. the perfect place is on sale now. up to 40% off. only at cheryl burke is cha-cha-ing in depend silhouette briefs for charity, to prove that with soft fabric and waistband, the best
will not sign a bill, if it fixes defense at the expense of domestic spending. the republicans are writing bills that do not have a way to solve their own problems. i do not think they can pass the bills that will result in terms of the cuts to education, to health, the to all the things that the american people care about. >> are you saying that the president would veto a bill, a resolution to the budget shut down, the budget crisis is, at the end of september that included $100 billion in new spending cuts? >> what i'm saying is that congress has to write bills that meets the challenges that that the president setsorth to saturday investing in our future, and congress cannot steal from the domestic priorities to deal with cuts across the board. it would be right to get together and have a sensible set of policies, to replace the cuts. the cuts were to drive sensible policy. they were not supposed to happen. the surprising thing is, there's people claiming credit for thing tharps designed to be bad policy and senseless across the board cuts. that is surprising. the if you look how congress has
. >> bill: yeah, that was about whether the united states should have a robust defense overseas and intervene in places. >> exactly. >> bill: cleaned up like afghanistan. so christie is for that that's a traditional republican tradition where is paul is against it. so, some might say though this is healthy, to have this in the republican party to kind of shake it out because they are going to have a fight on their hands to defeat hillary clinton in 2006. -- 2016. >> that's right. if hillary clinton runs she will be associated with these obama policies that have given some -- a number, in fact, in the democratic party real pause. so, what's interesting about this is this is a problem that both parties are having simultaneously. i think the republicans probably need to have this out. and decide what kind of a party they want to be. >> bill: that's right. >> it looks like they are well on heir way to doing that. >> bill: brit, thank you. as the factor moves along this evening. we will report on a new bill to stop paying accused terrorist nidal hasan. jeanine pirro has some thoughts
out the i guarantee there will be a vigorous defense coming in there is a lot in the indictment and people assume it is correct but absolutely not. there are great hedge fund managers and i in the business 27 years and it is not easy to get great returns because it is in but if you just compound your money then history says he wi earn tders will% in the stock market over a period of time. lori: but the tally on case and he is behind case right now -- behind bars right now but to his case innocent until proven guilty but overall has the me performance lately. >> you bring up a great point because it is definitely a tarnishing going on of the hedge front -- hedge fund energy. a lot of people turn to hedge funds for their portfolio and that s&p 500 has outpaced most maners even though ere are uniqu styles they have outpaced that but we never evaluate a portfolio over a three-year period normally fiver tenures it anybody else there that has pulled money away from the hedge fund rethink that because you will need to have alternatives. lori: what sort of allocations? how much should b
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at where he's going to cut spending to afford defense, maybe he should look at cutting the pork barrel spending that he brings home to kentucky at $1.51 for every dollar and not look at new jersey where we get 61 cents for every dollar. maybe senator paul could deal with that when he's trying to deal with the reduction of spending on the federal side but i doubt he would because most washington politicians only care about bringing home the bacon so that they can get reelected. >> are you going to take his advice, senator? >> this is the king of bacon talking about bacon. you know, we have two military bases in kentucky and is governor christie recommending we shut down our military bases? he wants to be this great champion of national defense. what does he want to do, shut down military bases in kentucky? in order to have enough money for national defense, you have to be willing to cut spending in other places. and governor christie and others have been part of this gimme, gimme, gimme, gimme all this money. we could have done the relief for sandy in a responsible way. i propose we do
. it is not speaker boehner. it is because president obama, secretary kerry and the department of defense. they are the ones that are slow-walking this. i wish i could wrap it up and look everyone of those families in the eye, this is what happened, this is what was wrong, this is how the administration botched this but i can't do so until i get the administration to fest up and provide us the documents. but i will credit speaker boehner lately to actually providing the subpoenas needed to drag people in there we had classified hearings. we, as we go into the fall will have a series of open hearings where the world will be able to see us question these people. we doesn't need a select committee to do any of. we can do it within the committees and that's what we're doing. bill: jason chaffetz, the republican from utah. we'll talk soon. >> thank you. bill: martha. martha: first it was a saturday mail delivery they took away but could home delivery all together become a thing of the past? can you imagine life like that? a closer look at a controversial plan to help the postal service balance
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viable defenses, what could he face what penalties could it carry as well? >> reporter: of course aiding the enemy is the most serious of charges he faces and for that he could get life in prison but there are a variety of other charges that could land him in jail for some time. manning also charged with eight charges under the espionage act, five theft charges, and two more of computer fraud. all of those federal charges. each one could get him up to 10 years in prison. on top of that there are five military counts of violating regulations punishable up to two years. manning chose to have a judge decide the case instead of a jury. it is entirely up to her now. the judge tentatively scheduled a sentencing hearing on wednesday. that could run for several weeks since each side has more than 20 potential witnesses. jamie. >> will be interesting to see if manning speaks on that. thanks so much. bill: support for anthony weiner dropping like a stone amid the latest fallout from his newest texting scandal. the former congressman held on to second place in the days after the latest story broke
to trayvon martin's family and the state prosecutor, according to the defense that. trial wasn't about race. president obama and eric holder brought it in. bill o'reilly said, instead of doing that, don't inject more out of it, lead out of it. >> he triggered a debate on race that we have not been willing to have in this country. >> you are right. why? because every time somebody said we need to have a conversation about race, the translation is we must agree with you about it. if you were to talk about families and self reliance, that's racist, expecting normal behavior is considered bigoted by huckster who is make a living off this kind of behavior. >> people are scared. it is not the people who are not black. there are people in the black community who are scared because they don't want to get bill cosby'd. juan williams gave great advice not just for blacks but for everybody. stay in school. wait to get married. don't have kids out of wedlock. it's the fastest path to poverty. eric holder and barack obama have had every opportunity. president obama's black father left him when he was tw
in today's air force. bret? >> jennifer griffin live at the pentagon. thank you. >>> the defense says accused wikileaks bradley manning is a whistleblower, not a traitor as the government claims. his lawyer said he wanted to provoke more debate on policy out of concern for fellow americans. he is accused of 21 criminal counts, the most serious of which, aiding the enemy. there's a life sentence. >>> a plea deal for the man at the center of the cleveland, ohio kidnapping case. ariel castro agreed to life without parole, plus a thousand years to avoid the death penalty. the former school bus driver had been charged with hundreds of counts of kidnapping and rape, plus assault and other counts as well. >>> the mother of slain teenager trayvon martin was in philadelphia today to address the national urban league. sybrina fulton supports investigation into whether george zimmerman could be charged under federal civil rights laws. she also issued a call to action against stand your ground laws. >> no grandkids coming from trayvon, all because of a law, a law that has prevented the person who
problems that across the board cuts have caused in defense. i think the right solution would be to get together and have a set of alternatives to replace across the board cuts that were never meant to take place. >> will the -- >> the surprising thing is a couple years after everyone agreed this was bad policy, there are people who are now claiming credit for things that were designed to be bad policy and senseless across the board cuts. that's truly surprising. if you look at the way congress has been dealing with these across the board cuts, it reflects a substantial division even on the republican side. you see senators like john mccain and kelly ayotte. >> let's look to the debt limit. boehner said again this week no increase in the debt limit without an equal or greater amount in spending cuts. when are we going to hit the deadline? i know you're shifting money around. and short of republican surrender, are you going to make a deal to -- how do you avoid going into default? >> chris, to be clear, we hit the debt limit in may. we've been using what are called extraordinary measures
bulger wants the jury at his trial cut off from media, their homes and their families. defense attorneys filed a motion to have the jury sequestered. they claim that all the bad press about their client will influence the jury's decision. bulger faces a sweeping racketeering indictment that includes allegations that he participated in 19 murders. >>> anthony weiner is vowing to continue his run for new york city's mayor despite his latest setback. his campaign manager resigned after weiner admitted to steamy chats after he resigned in congress. he spoke out after visiting a church in brooklyn. >> no campaign is ever easy. you want this tough job, you have to be prepared to do the tough things. i'm betting that people are more interested in hearing solutions to their problems than hearing about things in my background. and we'll see if that's the case. >> weiner's chief rival in the case christine quinn also says that he is not qualified to lead the city. >>> well, straight ahead, here is a loaded question for you. how do you make $53 million in diamonds and jewels disappear into thin air
do. i think it is a defensible program. i think it's a necessary program but certainly there is question it raise ad lot of questions in the minds of the american people and we've had some of those questions answered i think, both from the president and then in congressional testimony from leaders of the intelligence community but i think people have a lot more questions and this debate that we're having is healthy. what we haven't seen the president do aside from his one brief appearance is lay this out and make the case as to why exactly this is necessary. i think he is ought to do that, if he believes that we need to continue these programs an white house is on the record saying that they do, we need to hear from the president exactly what kind of threats we're facing and exactly how these are likely to be thwarted by the continuation of these programs. bill: thank you. peter king up next hour for that very topic. he voted against the amendment and keep the nsa program in place. stephen hayes, our north star shining brightly in washington. martha. martha: for the fir
the laws in florida. this wasn't even stand your ground. this had to do with self defense. but stand your ground frames so much of the investigation leading up to the trial itself that these stand your ground laws do need to be addressed. but at the end of the day, mike, they did what they had to do. i heard jimmy carter getting bashed by a lot of bloggers on the left. jimmy carter is right. and we said it at the beginning of the trial. even though we were so angry at zimmerman, the law is the law is the law. and you have to follow the law. and that's exactly what the jurors did. jimmy carter said it, and he was right. >> he was right. the construct of the law literally left the jurors handcuffed in terms of decision making. they had no option. listening to the judge's charge to the jury, they had no option. you heard that juror say she would have liked to have voted for manslaughter but couldn't do it. >> i'll tell you this though, mi mika. i hope that after what george zimmerman did, racially profiling a guy, a teenager carrying nothing but skittles and profiling because he was black, c
.o.p. >> president has made clear, he has told congress he will not sign a bill, if it fixes defense at expense of domestic spending, congress has it write bills that meet challenge. >> lew making his comments after washington post reports that top obama administration officials are pushing strategy that would lead to a government shut down if republicans continue to demand spending cuts and refusen to the sequester, and furthering administration stone call of irs targets of conservatives. fox news sunday host chris wallace asking lew if irs chief council, william wilkins had been questions by authorities yet. an office that reports to the treasury department. lew refused to answer the question, take a listen. >> somebody in treasury department ask william wilkins what he knew about this. >> chris, there is no evidence this went to any political official. >> there has not been an investigation. >> a lot of time has gone to asking a lot of questions of a lot of people, i'm not saying it is done, and we'll cooperate with all of the o ongoing investigation, i'm just challenges your assersion that
defense has been more things were going to come out. i've said that all along. i don't think most of us thought they would come out from after the initial tweets when he was in congress. the ones he's talking about yesterday were in the summer of last year, a year after he resipd from congress, after he says he worked it out with his wife, after they had a child together. it means he was still doing this after all of that. >> right. his resignation from congress didn't say i apologize for what i've done and i'm going to keep doing it. as familiar as we are with corrupting -- >> i like the sound of it. if you could pull that one off. >> correct. and as much strange and bizarre and outright corrupt behavior as we've all seen and dealt with in politics, this is new ground in a whole bunch of ways, and i think, when we talk about huma in particular, you've got to address two things. she is very smart. i think she's one of the few people in this whole saga who's tried at every turn to demonstrate some sense of honor and tried to keep her family together. i think you also have to remember two
of state john kerry and egypt allowed them to gather defensively in the streets and a short time ago and urging restraint. egypt, you will remember as i said was a co alloy in the region and gave them 1.3 billion in military aid and helped to keep stability there. conner powell has more on in the newsroom. >> there was a sense in the past few days and a violent and deadly weekend in cairo. and they called on his supporters take to the streets and give him a mandate to fight terrorism. his statement was widely understood as a threat to crack down on the muslim brotherhood and they removed former president morsi from power. this is the second time the ejepgz army used deadly force to try to clear out pro morsi supporters. they have stayed silent and called for former president morsi to be released and a quick transition to a civilian led democracy. >> the hopes of egypt moving past this is disa poring. now in washington, president obama enters the weekend in the midst of a campaign to draw attention away from phony scandals. the president and his administration repeated that claim. the
. the defense enended up proving it. i was happy about it but prepared for a verdict that had nothing to do with the law. forces persuasive forces had been trying to get people up in the sheriff's office running psas and please don't riot like saying please don't think pink. what are you thinking? there were people who were subtlely encouraging civil unrest. and i thought the jury would be aware that have and not -- it's a small town. who wants to live in that kind of circumstance? i thought they'd say the simplest way is come up with a little bit of it. one guy. but they didn't. it was really, i think uplifting. >> greta: rush has mer to say about the zimmerman trial and race relations in america. you can see that right here on the record friday night at 10:00 p.m. eastern. don't miss it. right now go to and let us know what you think about the interview with rush limbaugh. thanks for joining us tonight. go to gret why good night from washington. orno. the financial factor is done. >>> hi, i'm juan williams with andrea tantaros, david webb, dana perino, and my man,
be for them. the army judge will spend weeks hearing from defense and prosecution witnesses. the government is expected to provide a classified assessment of the damage created by manning's disclosures. they are also expected to see the lawyer for bradley manning continue to portray his client as a patriot who followed his conscience. expressing gratitude to his legal team and supporters. our next caller in taylor, michigan, on the democrats line. hi, don. caller: hello. tank you for c-span. -- thank you for c-span. gave anom line is they oath to the constitution, nobody else. all he did was show e-mails. thousands of people are reading them. biden said something about them. the thing is, you have to think about our forefathers. weren't they all whistleblowers on the british government? they knew the wrongs of those british government, so that is why they wrote the constitution. give their oath to the constitution, not to an administration or a corporation. manning to me, they are heroes. bush, clinton, obama -- they all lied, they all said they were going to do one thing. look at the nsa,
majority in the house, which is after all the last line of defense against the president, and could materially undercut the ability of the republicans in the senate to have the majority in 2014 which they have a decent chance to do. >> roy blunt said something similar on another channel today. your thoughts. >> let me make three points. number one, obama care isn't working, in the words of its lead author, max bach us, it is a train wreck. he had to unilaterally delay the employer mandate until after the next election because it is not working and democrats are scared of electoral responsibility. number two, if we want to stop this train wreck from hitting hard working american families, the time to do so is now. what the administration desperately wants is to get to january, get exchange in place and subsidies in place, and they eliminated any eligibility test, they want people hooked on obama care so it can never be unwound. if we're going to repeal it, we've got to do so now or it will remain with us forever. but number three, most importantly, we have an opportunity in the next
be kept locked up after serving their sentences. former prosecutor, jim hammer and washington defense lawyer, ted williams. you go to trial, you get a conviction, you serve your time. and then, you are allowed to leave and then nobody wants you in the community. so, what is the solution on this one? >> well, the solution is in california is in the right column here, about 20 states in the united states have civil commitment laws. even after convicted, if you are deemed dangerous, and i cannot think of a more dangerous guy, you can have civil proceeding, and lock this guy up, so that 13-year-old boys and parents do not live in terror. it's a nightmare. he will be released and this guy has a high chance of offending again. >> here is what i see, i will go to ted on this. ted, the guy has done his time, he has not done another crime, he has done everything that society asked him. everyone is terrified and everyone knows that pedophiles, they just, for some reason, they just keep doing it and you cannot just sort of lock people up if they are not crazy and meet a civil standard, and in so
helps create a food seal defense for a clean mouth and kills bacteria for fresh breath. ♪ fixodent, and forget it. >>> welcome back. 23 minutes now past the hour. quick headlines for you. how does this happen? 1,000 inmates break out of a lybian prison. prisoners started a riot after security guards open fired on three that tried to escape. and pope francis drawing millions to rio's beach for the last night of world youth day. many have stuck around for an all night slumber party ahead of the final mass this morning. >>> mike, anna? >> you know what we're going to do, we have a history lesson. very interesting. >> very interesting. 23 minutes after the hour. we all know about washington and jefferson and adams but there is another group that helped gain american's independence and make it the country that it is today. that history some what forgotten about. >> our next guest is telling his story in their book. the founding conservatives author and professor from nyu, professor of the polytech institute. good to see you. >> thank you. >> i live on washington square park. washington
at the polls. however, in his defense, governor mccrory may not be entirely aware of this because as he admitted on friday, he still hasn't read some portions of the bill. and lest you have any doubts things have not changed as much as the chief justice would have you believe, look no further than one weekend commentator explaining what he believes is the real reason for detroit's bankruptcy. >> you have 3% fourth graders reading at the national math standards. 47% of detroit residents are functionally illiterate. 79% of detroit children are born to unmarried mothers. they don't have a physical problem, they have a cultural collapse. >> the more things change, the more they stay the same. i'm joined now by goldie taylor and professor james peterson, director of africanen studies at lehigh university. professor peterson, let's begin with these two bills. was this not precisely what ruth bader ginsberg feared when he she wrote last month a governing political coalition has an incentive to prevent changes in the existing balance of voting power? >> that is exactly right. and people should
. >> shepard: the news begins anew. the defense it set to make the case for "whitey" bulger, charged with 19 brutal murders. the trial has already seen explosive testimony. screaming matches. lots of f bombs, and now there's a chance that "whitey" bulger himself may take the stand. also, we're hearing soon we'll get a verdict in the biggest leak of classified information this country has ever seen. a controversial case that could put army private bradley manning in prison for the rest of his life. we'll break down with the judge, judge andrew napolitano, but a whole water park is shut down now an young swimmer caught a deadly parasite, one that eats away your brain. we'll talk to a doctor about what families need to know on how to prevent it. that's all ahead, unless breaking news changes everything. on "studio b."
.s.a. to stop its spying on americans. the amendments are part of a defense spending bill. the effort to halt the spying bringing together democrats and republicans. >> the debate really comes down to whether we want to allow the n.s.a. to collect these records or whether we want to deny them the funding to do so. >> this means the government's authority to collect information on law-abiding americans is essentially limitless. >>gretchen: overnight we learned edward snowden, the man who leaked how widespread the spying is could be granted temporary asylum today in russia, according to his lawyers this. >>> prince william and kate middleton revealing their baby boy to the world. the future king of england managing his first royal wave. right on queue he waved. the proud parents say they still haven't settled on that name. >> he's a big boy, a little heavy. but we're still working on a name. we'll have that as soon as we can. >> i think any parent knows what this feeling is like. >>gretchen: the duchess paid special tribute to the late princess diana. i didn't realize this when i saw the first
on the amendment part of the defense bill. theepublicans voted for amish bill. no.voted 111 voted for it. 83 against it. some of the key players, marshall blackburn coming up in a few minutes. along withor it, yburn.ibu this would have restricted the nsa. voting no. voted no.ner, well.pelosi voted no as teny hoyer voted no. well.antor voted no as the majority leader. the leadership of voted against it for the most part. that with thebout guest. here is how "the financial times" played the president's speech in illinois -- george in san diego. thank you for holding. republican line. caller: the queue for your program. [inaudible] of the people and should not. i am not happy with him. i think he should go. thank you. host: peter, massachusetts. independent mind. call-- line. different setswo of people. people that are working and doing well making 50,000-100,000 are more. at the same time as another group of people that are unemployed or underemployed -- unemployed or underemployed and working to part-time jobs in the people making the better of it are being forced to do, almost two-three jobs
constitutional obligation in congress that says we must provide for the general defense of the united states. >> glenn greenwald is headed here to washington on capitol hill the day after tomorrow, wednesday, to meet with democrats and republicans at an event on domestic surveillance. back to you. >> steve: all right. thank you very much. glenn greenwald also says he's got a big story coming out. the details, how it all works there. what's troubling is the fact, forget about the meta data, it looks like the information you would see on your phone bill. he says, according to snowden, that they're recording trillions of our actual phone calls and all they need is an e-mail address or ip or phone number, you tap it in and they can listen to everything you said on the phone. that's scary. >> kelly: it is indeed. we'll continue to follow what's going on with that. in the meantime, time for fox news headlines. search crews recovered the body of the best man killed in a boat crash on new york's hudson river. mark lenin and bride to be lindsey stewart were killed when their boat hit a barge on frida
can not steal from domestic priorities to fix problems that across the board cuts caused in defense. bill: wow. peter doocy live on the north lawn of the white house. peter, good morning to you. why is the position so firmly against any cuts in the budget? >> reporter: because, bill, as the treasury secretary explained this weekend, the administration feels they have already done more than enough lately to get the debt under control. >> if you look at the amount of deficit reduction we're doing, we were just criticized by the imf for doing too much too soon, do more later and less now. in the international community i came back from meeting with finance ministers around the world. there is i think a consensus in the world community we to focus on growth. you can not just cut your way to growth. >> reporter: technically, actually already hit the debt limit back in may. the treasury secretary says the government has been using extraordinary measures to pay the bills since then. today the government really runs out of money, bill, sent 30th, got it. pushing towards 17 trillion. can't w
not support the irish rule. do not iris finalizes tax credit will it offered no substantive defense of his decision to extend tax credits through federal changes. a cursory statement verified no provision of tax credits are to identify any relevant legislative history to support its position. hard to see how this rulemaking satisfied the apa requirements in recent decision-making. to this day neither the iris for supporters have been able to come up with the statement prayer to or contemporaneous to the packers -- passing of the act. there are many statements available in all 50 states as there are many statements at all 50 states would eagerly create and implement exchanges. there even statements that states be required to create exchanges. something definitely federal government cannot compel. what there is not as a single statement saying the tax credit would be available in federal exchanges because no one assumed that the federal exchanges will be necessary which explains why they opted not provide any funding for the federal exchange months after the rule was issued after members of
's ask our legal eagles. joining us now defense attorney jonna fill bore and are arthur aidala bill. >> alisyn: is he already diverging from the topic. what is a conservativeship? >> that's a legal mechanism where somebody other than you takes over your life to manage it. in this case her parents, amanda bynes parents want to manage her finances and personal life because they don't think she has the capability to do it herself. >> people who are mentally incompetent. >> alisyn: update people. this week she set a fire in a neighbor's driveway. she sent sends a host of pictures out of herself. >> why she is troubled. dui in california. drug charges in new york. the girl is on drugs. left's pull her into a rehab before we get a court appointed baby-sitter to take care of her. if she is not well after she gets off whatever she is on o, then we can take the next step. it shouldn't be a first step to get a conservativeship, it should be a last step. >> alisyn: she may be on drugs and in the middle of some sort of psychiatric disorder. >> she is charged in new york with throwing a bong out
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